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if china slows down? i had a fascinating conversation with one of china's top economists. right back. so much... i told her it was homemade. everyone tells a little white lie now and then. but now she wants my recipe [ clears his throat ] [ softly ] she's right behind me isn't she? [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. >>> china's rapid rise over the last three decades is unprecedented in history. the growing demand of its 1.3 billion people has fueled growth in many parts of the world. what happens if china's economy hits a wall? won't that stop us all in our tracks? i had a fascinating conversation recently with a top chinese economist. david li is a professor at tsinghua university. we met in davos, switzerland. if you want to understand how the chinese are thinking, listen in. thank you for joining us. >> my pleasure. >> one of the big questions the people have had in the world, not just the western world, but everywhere. is china going to have a hard landing? meaning is the economy going to have a more dramatic slow down than anyone would expect which would have r
is less than 100 miles from north korea's china border. and is the same site used for north korea's previous two tests. the first in 2006 and the second in 2009. the u.s. geological survey detected a 4.9 magnitude seismic event in the area, more powerful than the 4.5 that registered in 2009 after north korea's second test. scientists in multiple countriesing detected the explosion. north korea issued a confirmation, declaring the test was quote, carried out at a high level in a safe and perfect manner using a miniatureized de greater explosive force than previously, unquoted. pyongyang also declared the the reckless hostility of the united states. unquote. in a state of the union address tuesday president obama had this to say. >> provocation of the sort we saw last night will only further isolate them as we standby our allies, strengthen our own missile defense and lead the world in taking firm action in response to defense and take firm action in respnorth threats. >> this is north korea's first successfully launched a long range rocket, raising fears north korea now has the cap
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's jeff pierce save them. >> well a couple years ago it looked pretty shakey. >> reporter: china camp state park in close when the state park system was battered by state >> we have been in triage >> reporter: historical china camp of the best single track mountain bike trails in the bay area, trails the tamalpais high school mountain bike team train on. >> we weren't allowed to come last year when the park was getting ready to close, rangers just didn't want us to come and hang out at the park. >> reporter: but concerned citizens of marin raised nearly a million dollars to save china camp from closure, money that was matched by another million dollars from state parks. saturday those fund raising groups signed a partnership with the state park system to formalize that agreement. that matching money, which was part of the undisclosed funds embarassingly discovered nearly two years ago in the state parks budget, will bring enough funding for three marin county parks to stay open for two and a half years. >> china camp, olompali, and samuel p. taylor. three parks that were on the chopp
joining us. >>> up next "on the money," over came china's cultural revolution to become a star of america's >>> our entrepreneurs born or made? my next guest tells a remarkable story of innovation. she remade her own life, surviving a difficult youth in mao's china and american technology pioneer. king few is author of the memoir "bend not break." ping, great to have you on the program. thanks for joining us. >> so pleased to be here, maria. >> the memoir is actually a page turner. we were so looking forward to ha having you. it's been quite a journey. beginning with being sent to a labor camp at age 8 where you cared for your younger sister and suffered significant abuse. tell us a bit about what it was like during china's cultural revolution. children being taken from their parents to be re-educated. can you bring us into that a bit? >> yeah. it started in 1966 when mao said we didn't need academic education. we need to learn from farmers, worker, and soldiers. so all of us got -- in the school age, didn't go to school. and the country turned into chaos. there was red guards, which are
years ago it looked pretty shakey. china camp state park in close when the state park system was battered by state budgetcuts. we have been in triage mode in the last few years in ha in addition to the historical china camp village, the park has some of the best single track mountain bike trails in the bay area, trails the mountain bike team train on. to come and hang out at the park. but concerned citizens of marin raised nearly a million dollars to save china camp from closure, money that was matched by another million dollars from state parks. saturday those fund raising groups signed a partnership with the state park system to formalize that agreement. that matching money, which was part of the undisclosed funds embarassingly discovered nearly two years ago in the state parks budget, will bring enough funding for three marin county parks to stay open for two and a half years. china camp, olompali, and samuel p. taylor. three ago. as welcome as those funds may be, state matching funds will not be available in the future and state park officials realize that partnerships wi
on >> we request china 13 caffeine and making the ports conference for the support staff. >> i'm sorry commissioner adams your recusing yourself from this. and you should make the motion to recuse >> i move that we recuse commissioner all these. >> now we go back to actually is there any public comment 1, 2, 3, 4. we go back to approve the commissioner to attend the china conference. >> so not. >> second. >> all in favor? resolution 1302 has passed. moving on >> item 10 a presentation on real estate and maritime revenues for the first quarter of 2012 and 13. >> good afternoon, commissioners aim nate with the real estate division i'm here with my colleagues to present the revenue that came 2012 and 13. without getting into all the details we'll just talking about some of the highlights. our vacancy rate is incredible low compared to our history as the market as a whole and it's due to the supply and demand side. the demand suicides has come up from the economy improving. and some tenants have been displaced who have taken up other places there's not layoff a lot on the port to le
resigning, this kind of nixon to china move almost. and it was natural that there was no real plan for what you would do with a pope emeritus. so, for security reasons, and a lot of other reasons, i think it made sense that he should live inside the vatican, at least at first. but i think it is going to become a problem down the road, especially if he continues to write and to publish some of his writings. >> david, one of those that's mentioned from time to time as a possible pope is the archbishop of new york, timothy dolan. is there anything to that, do you think? >> i think it's a great story. don't think it's going to happen. >> okay. our thanks to father tom reese of the woodstock theological center at georgetown university and to david gibson of religion news service. we want to revisit now a story we ran some years ago on the process the cardinals follow when they choose a new pope. you will notice some familiar faces that look a little younger but were just as knowledgeable and helpful then as they are today. again, kim lawton. ♪ >> in the gospel of matthew, jesus says his discip
countries-pat spoke with leaders about her husband's upcoming tariff to -- trip to china, explaining he was trying to open a dialogue, and she reiterate america's promise of financial assistance and announced the creation of two grad walt scholarships for women to travel to the united states to study. not her official pronouncements that earned her the accolades, either in the country she visit or back home. it was her warmth, enthusiasm, general win appreciation of and affection for the people she met in monrovia, she said she could not wait to meet people. she did that. she waded into crowds, shaking hands, and giving hugs. at the inauguration ceremony she gave the president a cheek-to-cheek embrace. he called her, quote, woman with strength of spirit and fortitude of character, when a group of women presented her with cloths, rather than just slipping it under her chair, she stood up and began to tie it around her waste. the women got up and came up to help her and dressed her in the traditional clothing. pat's delight in her outfit and her willingness to 0 model spoke volumes out ab
in california state parks. >> reporter: in addition to the historical china camp village, the park has some of the best single track mountain bike trails in the bay area, trails the tamalpais high school mountain bike team train on. >> we weren't allowed to come last year when the park was getting ready to close, rangers just didn't want us >> reporter: but concerned citizens of million dollars to save china camp from closure, money that was matched by another million dollars from state parks. saturday those fund raising groups signed a partnership with the state park system to formalize that matching money, which was part of the undisclosed funds embarassingly discovered nearly two years ago in the state parks funding for three marin county parks to stay open for two and a half years. >> china camp, olompali, and samuel p. taylor. three parks that were on the unless ago. >> reporter: as welcome as those funds may be, state matching funds will not be available in the future and state park officials realize that groups will be essential in saving a park. >> we don't know if that's going to b
to canada and all the way out through japan and china and korea and the conversation was completely different. was about global trade and freeing trade. and i actually always thought that in that sense the country had more in common with their asian counterparts than their latin american counterparts. it is how they perceive themselves as a state of development and significance there. i think it is because if you look at the places like chile now quite developed in many ways, colombia getting there in terms of the development, a country like brazil was interesting because on the one hand, it is leading the global, one of the leaders in the global economy, but with huge income distribution, difficulties that keep it really more on developing countryside. if you look at some of the poorest countries in the central america like a guatemala for instance, you are talking about places you can't reach the farmers in the high land by the highway, and so their problems are to try to build infrastructure so that they can july and the 20th century economy cannot forget the 21st century economy
with the hardware that we buy today, all the products are being made in china or thailand. there is something that can be put into that. it is hard to get out of there. stuff we are getting all over america is a problem. it is the hardware. everything comes from china. we have to stop that. guest: he is partly correct. not everything comes from china, and there are other threats. you're absolutely right, that hard were developed through these long international supply chains, is an enormous problem. we at the internet security alliance had been working on a program to develop a mechanism to better manage the hardware development process. the key here is economics. the reason why we have these long supply chains, in china, and compromises can be put into hardware throughout that supply chain, and the reason we have it is because it is so economical. you cannot compete in the market unless you're accessing these long international supply chains. we have to find a way to secure this system, understanding we may have some insecure parts to the system. we can do those sorts of things. the key is n
the nonprofit group to expand hours at china camp, fomales bay and another park. an agreement will keep samuel t.state park open. it's to reached matching fund in the china camp and effort quickly grew. >> a toll lane on the richmond-san rafael bridge is closed as part of the automation toll collection. the lane is scheduled to between friday and monday. it's 15 years old and they say it needs to be replaced. >>> russian officials say more than 20,000 emergency personnel are recovery exploding meteor caused significant damage on friday. [ screaming ] >> katie: sonic boom and resulting pressure wave collapsed doors in an industrial city. they believe the meteor weighed about ten tons before entering the atmosphere. they are searching for remnants but found no delays of it. there is no connection between the meteor explosion and fireball spotted streaking across the northern california sky last night. somebody recorded it going down i-20280. they say another meteor landed in okay and caused a loud sonic boom. >> tiffany and company is suing costco where thousands of rings they claim were fakes. >>
money under the plan and not outsourced to china. you need somebody in the stores, some benefit, but a lot of of losers, higher unemployment, certainly at some point, and other negatives. i sort of think they should get to the bottom of the research and do both. index it to inflation wch they should do anyway and lets certain politicians benefit it, saying they're going to raise it every few years, if it raises the unemployment rate in a couple of years, get rid of it and prove it's bad for the economy and we could kind of see what could happen. >> maybe it it should be indicated to average wages instead of inflation. >> john, is it more black and white? should we hike it or scrap it? what's better for the job market? >> i think a hybrid of it. and what you hit on, brenda, i think is the best thing to do and that is index it to average wages. and how far most people said. the data does not support this. the white house, the only study they could find is the 2010 study that had more people debunking it, than people saying it's a real study and the earned income tax credit does mo
on the urban design guidelines and to work on china town, open space planning. to work on some street scape work in the hunter's shipyard area to focus on market street and in a position. and i have been working on this for a while and this budget allows us to do that. in the final planning we are looking at roughly two new positions, one would basically continue to work on puc projects but essentially it is a shift from the current position that is a puc position working in the department to a department employee who works on puc projects and funded by the puc and second a transportation planner that took not just on sequa but on longer range policy issues. >> and we are proposing two and a half positions next year bumping up to three in the following year for an it program, or to help on communications and the training and professional development coordinator. so those are the kind of major changes if you will. if you recall, the supplemental budget that you approved allows for ten new positions that will, or being introduced to the board next week, i believe. and that combined with this,
and the public will lose. >> they will sell it to china or the highest bidder. >> the american petroleum institute said 69% of american votorsers support the project. the state department will make the decision, asis it is international. >> the national mall looking like the north pole. it was a windy day with the trees blowing and if you were outside you had to bundle up. >> friday, it wsas springlike out there. >> we are still in winter? >> we are not htethe only ones dealing with the cold air. they are dealing with freeze warnings. 29 in reagan national. the wind chill factor is in the lower to middle teens, 12 at duluth and in western maryland it feels like -3 in oakland. a few scattered flurries to the west and in a few minutes we talk about the weak'sek's forecast. >> john mccain may be opposed to chuck hagel but he says fellow republicans should stop stalling and vote. he talked about why this nominee has so much trouble. >> 99% are the positions he's taken, voting against iran sanctions or his believe that the surge would be the worst since vietnam and his positions are frankly
to the continued drought. exports are important to nebraska, and last summer i led a trade mission to china. we continue to expand and strengthen our relationship with china, just like we have done with canada, mexico, japan and many other countries. during the past few years, nebraska exports to china have grown rapidly and china is now nebraska's fourth largest trading partner. the nebraska-china relationship is just beginning and i am confident this will be a growing and improving relationship for many years to come. as we continue to make state government more efficient and more accessible to our citizens, i want to recognize our technology professionals throughout state government for what they do. from online motor vehicle registration renewals to our 511 system that provides immediate and accurate information about current road conditions, our goal is to provide more and better technology in the future. i am also very pleased to share with you our efforts to have state workers make wellness a part of their everyday lives. we offer an innovative wellness program and a health insurance pac
of days, but in the south and was still a few showers there and to china. some showers pushing into the far south of the country and also went to sri lanka. a chance for some drier weather coming through. a very pleasant 25 degrees celsius in doha. acrossking to about northern parts of the middle east. clouds and rain making their way area and rain for beirut. jazeera, aies on our regional government accusing the pakistan government for not protecting the people following the deaths of 84 people. a man in charge of international forces in afghanistan's as reducing civilian casualty is paramount. general dunford reacting to karzai's decision to ban the army and calling in foreign bourses to conduct air strikes in residential areas. a few minutes ago, the pope arrived for his penultimate sunday mass. it does called hundreds of thousands of people into st. peter's square. he says, i beg you to continue praying for me and the next pope. he thanked the faithful for their prayers and support. 150,000 people in vatican city today to see the pope. the chinese prime minister has demande
to our friends in russia and china, the two members, to put the necessary leverage on the assad dictator in syria to leave and let people go to their new democratic government. >> thank you very much. >> my colleagues speaking to the turkish minister. that is almost the end of the program. just a reminder, you can find lots more material from the program on line, with interviews, analysis. visits the website. that is it for us this week. from all of us, good night. >> makes sense of international news. it >> funding for this presentation is made possible by -- the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu, newman's own foundation, and union bank. >> at union bank, our relationship managers work hard to understand the industry you operate in, helping for having new ventures and to provide key, strategic decisions. we offered taylor and solutions in a wide range of industries. what can we do for you -- for you? -- for you?
produced biofuel. if we want toompete against on the world stage, against china or india or brazil, then we need to be look at those areas. >> we need in the gas. i wish he would tell the epa that. rich, what about the argument that rick made, which is we're always hearing about government being the pioneer, that government is the seed capital for innovation. is that true? >> he makes half a point, you know. but the structure is all wrong. you look -- so many of the examples that rick talked about, chiefly the internet came through military r and d. military r and d -- al gore. military r and d works because there is a sense of urgency. there is an exist tensionial threat. the actual development of the companies, when john f. kennedy said we're going to put a man on the moon by the end of the 1960, the reason that we were able to do so and leap ahead of the soviet union is because of the semiconductor companies in silicon valley. yeah, the military bought a lot of semiconductor tips during that period. but guess what? these were privately funded companies and they had p and l's they had to
's positioned to pull a nixon in china. just as only a committed anti-communist like nixon could go to china, someone like a pragmatic aggressive like president obama could appeal to his base and still get tough entitlement cuts through as part of a grand bargain. this is a moment of rare opportunity but it takes presidential leadership and that, frankly, has been lacking. >> one approach that republicans have put forward is the idea of a balanced budget amendment. >> the real cause of our debt is that our government has been spending $1 trillion more than it takes in every year. that's why we need a balanced budget amendment. >> republicans, margaret, are not blameless in this, bush era tax cuts, wars in afghanistan and iraq are major drivers. the spending cuts that a balanced budget amendment would require could cripple the economy. austerity hasn't worked in europe. why does marco rubio think it would work in america? >> look, what you have to keep in mind is when marco rubio said that. he said that in his response to the president's state of the union right before rand paul was about to
about that, but it's about the future. he did a lot of outreach to china's catholics and traveled a lot for a pope of his age and started to tackle some of the more difficult scandals of the church such as the child abuse cases. >> paul: what should the church to be looking for when you look at the cardinals and the the next pope, mary? >> i hope they look for a pope that can reinvague rate the church where it's ailing, namely europe and the united states and if you look at the top ten catholic countries in the the world. brazil, the philippines, poland and eastern europe and kongo, whereas the united states our catholic population is about a quarter of the united states would be in decline if it weren't for immigrants. >> paul: in europe, the churches are essentially museums. they're empty except for the american tourists. so what-- do they need a pope, does the catholic church need a pope what might be done for catholicism in the west where it's declining or maybe get a pope who can address where it's active and growing, and play to that strength? >> i think the cardinals have a tough
broker and owner of dallas-based china advantage. >> we are the bridge between idea and the product. so if we want to turn the idea to real production in the first stage is you have to give us a design, you have to give us a drawing. >> ray was willing to work with us at that point. not everybody would. some of the factories want you to have a certain volume, certain knowledge, certain business, already established. ray was going to take us from the start and walk us through and hold our hand and say, you guys are new, we can start with small quantities, we can tweak this. >> and we had to decide how much of the product we wanted to get made, then he put his team together to source all the different components of the product and came back to us with a price. >> with ray's help the factories in china were all lined up. while the retailers were waiting to receive their orders. the next step, select a fulfillment company to do the receiving, packing and shipping of the merchandise. that's where they landed in serious trouble. >> well, we tried to do due diligence. we weren't that educated
of federal fund and the trade in china we learned is exceeding the united states so the west coast ports are going to be more and more important. we've got to carry the message to our political leaders >> so i did take notes on the items you asked for commissioner. do we have any new business >> any new business or public comments. francisco i know you listed yourself for other comments >> the reason i came here for public comments and because of my past history i have to comment. so one of the things missing in this presentation and or issues. some of the toongz have been removed. you should revisit to find out what that can do. and on port proprieties when had pollution in our base and we have to understand those things. we can talk about pier, however, we want to. we know there are some ammonia places. we have to look at it in this way we know that one time for over 10 thousand years the people kept this area press tin and somebody came in over here and polluted this area. we need to pay attention to environmental issues. so our children and our youth, our elders have to get the be
benghazi -- next it will be lost china, who prpromoted and is from captain to major? joe mccarthy will find out about it. >> go ahead, charles. >> and have as long a list of endorsements as you want and leave your lying eyes. -- believe your lying eyes. it is less about ideology or any thing is about competence. there's a democratic senator quoted after that disasters day of hearings in which hagel did not even understand what containment of iran and -- he said, "chuck hagel will not be bringing the potato salad to next week's to connect." -- next week's pettitte." he had a performance that was a total embarrassment. you talk about discipline among republicans? the discipline among democrats .s shocking and embarrasseing his performance was so bad that at the end he said, "don't worry, senators, i will not be a decision maker at all, don't worry about me." here is a guy who wants to be secretary of defense who does not want to make decisions. it is the democrats who are embarrassed and no eight. >> i will tell you what is disciplined -- right wing talk radio, right wing websites and publica
arrangements at stat she decides how to decorat the white house, what china to choose. stereotype that in looking at the historical research doesn't hold up. going back to the very first, first lady, martha washing tong and the second were involved in cabinet decisions, involved in campaigning. these women were political what i found in my book i that was pretty much true exceptions throughou history. >> who held executive power. >> i certainly edith wilson woodrow wilson was laid up with what was probably a country. walked into him where he was with him and would come out with documents or instructions she said were from him and tell the cabinet what to do. wisdoms. for example the league o nations. >> one of his most important priorities after world war one was to get the league of nations established so there would never again be a global conflict. unfortunately he botched the politics of it the speaker of the senat came to -- the senate majority leader came to hi and told him he needed to compromise with the republican isolationists i he wanted to get the leagu of nations trea
real wars. china, u.s. irkse ran. -- iran. >> i think of a movie version of "homeland." war on terror over the last 10, 12 years, who are the people making decisions of what we have given up and gained in terms of safety. >> i want to see "the security" the movie. matters hugely, "supreme court the movie" give us the health care bill or bush v gore. mandy and antonin scalia and all kinds of good stuff behind the scenes and americans would see it. chris: they did it back the 1954 case. >> long time ago. chris: grave movie. thanks to great round table. you're on timeout leo! some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof! some things will.
? china. really, that's where it's going to go. >> wayne, a special gift for you. the environmentalists say that the xl pipeline is not green. it will cause a lot of problems with the environment and they're worried about global warming. look at a cover from april of 1975, time cover that says, how to survive the coming ice age. if you lookdown, there is a story on mash in there. science on global warming has been debunked time and time again, has it not? >> yes it has. but eric, i'm not smart enough to understand it. i'm happy i'm on the cover of time. i have no idea what -- i don't think anybody really can scientifically say definitely one way or the other. but that's not the point. i think the point is this oil is going to go somewhere else. it doesn't matter. so for the environment, it's going to hurt the world environment regardless because the chinese are going to shmutz the world just as much as anybody else. >> we'll leave it there. thank you so sandra smith and julie for joining us this week. >> thanks. >> coming up, notice a runup lately in your 401(k)? now some lawmakers are
. watch out, china. of course the president opposes fracking, but the impact on businesses dramatic. lower wages, fuelling the renaissance. our labor backed president does not go for that either. take a look at the states that have seen the biggest creation of manufacturing job. it is interesting because a lot of these states are not friendly to government's interference, like taxes. there is also a right to work state, indiana. tennessee, south carolina, washington, places where government has succeeded by standing of the weight. that is the path we should follow. prepared to be dazzled as we go behind the scenes of new york's fashion week with designers. and does it feel like you will never retire? some people think rich people are better off, but a new survey has surprising details. ♪ @a kids will spend 57 minutes making me go splat. brushing for two minutes now, can save your child from severe tooth pain later. two minutes twice a day. they have the time. ♪ gerri: the golden years aren't looking so golden, even for rich americans. ♪ gerri: well, the phrase working until your aid
there in china trying to make sure that the chinese government understands that what we sell books, when we bring books to china that they're going to do -- they're going to do at least everything they can to make sure they're not being stolen, pirated, copied. the department of energy, that was one of the three. the department of energy regulates oil and gas. so if you eliminate that department what happens? the department of education funds about 12% of u.s., the u.s. -- kate as 12 additional. you eliminate education. what happens? those were the questions that should have been asked of rick perry because those are the questions that might break through the difference is the people have as to whether or not the local of the federal government is too big. receptacle eliminated department and those assembly of a role to play in education. but it is that data, that evidence that is, i think, really, really quite important. now, with that said -- obama let me go back one second. caring about consequences. what i mean there is really, that's more about health care than anything else. is 50 million p
know now because of the work we do in the book publishing industry they are over there in china trying to make sure the chinese government understands when we sell books and bring books to china they are going to do everything they can to make sure they are not being piloted and copied and sold somewhere else. the department of energy was one of those. the department of energy regulates oil and gas drilling so if you eliminate the department, what happens to redefault percent of the case through 12 educational system eliminates the department of education what happens? those were the questions that should have been asked of rick perry because those were the questions that might break through the difference is other people have as to whether or not the federal government is too big we have to eliminate the problem and those say we have a way in education but it is really quite important. caring about consequences. what i mean it's more about health care than anything else is 50 million people uninsured not to come up with a plan to deal with that seems to be an unbelievable acceptance o
troops into 35 countries in africa to compete with china. they are investing in natural resources. of they put more troops in africa but we have troops in iraq and afghanistan it will backfire because we will go bankrupt the that is not the way to influence people. >> we have a large of a young audience who has questions i left out somebody named ray and paul is see as a libertarian as you? >> he is the most libertarian in the senate to. and has been exposed to all the good ideas but i will not do a comparison. >> how are you doing tonight? my question is what did you learn running for president? >> you should have enough people double checking the of votes to get a fair shake. liberty is alive and well and i just love the fact young people will respond to a libertarian message response, responsibility, so und money to have a different form policy not looking for wars to fight. i learned thecountry is a lot better off than it was. but it did turn out i met a significant number. >> i have a question. we have four more years of obama and chrtine his record what will it take for obam
. every day we serve around 70 to 80 very frail mono lingual china speaking seniors and i just want to take this time to ask your continued support in this home and community based services because we know the whole state is looking into the health care reform. this is so important we keep this kind of program intact. and i really appreciate during the past you have been supporting this program. i just let you know that during this past years, the cbac, community based adult services [speaker not understood] it has put tremendous burden in the program and the seniors. and [speaker not understood] caregiver and knowing her mother is no longer eligible for the cbac program and she had just become mentally distressed and commit suicide. fortunately our program continued to serve those seniors. so, she's able to be treated. so, i just let you know that this is tremendous impact to the family. so, the daughter now is being treated and she can continue to go to work and, so, this is so important in san francisco. we have so many caregivers and this program will really provide them opportu
, considering the region. china on one side, india the south, russia to the north. united states can't just pack up and walk away. but are we able to convince the people there, our local hosts and potential allies, that we need to be there? that is the question. and that is where i believe there has been a failure. >> host: but we are -- our footprint is going to be much smaller after 2014. >> guest: that's a choice we're making and i'm not entirely happy. i would like a different kind of footprint. if you had conditionals like the one i went to, which is a university now, and they open -- if you had ten of these, throughout the tribal areas, think of the impact. think of the future generation, in one stroke you're changing the direction of a nation. if we value education, knowledge, law, a compassionate civil society, we must understand, peter so do the irans and pakistanis. we must try to convey this to them. not to suggest that soldiers and guns and missiles and drones because that will immediately have locals resisting. so the paradigm has to be thought out and that can only be thought out i
he wasn't a hawk and kept us out of endo china and the middle east and took the heat because he was a guy who knew what was going on in the world. >> you're not sufficiently republican if you don't want to bomb iran. it was ironic today when john mccain put it out there and said basically, chuck hagel was mean to president bush, criticized the iraq war, his fellow members of the senate thought he was not sufficiently loyal republican. that's pretty rich coming from john mccain who made it his life's work to oppose george w. bush. >> was it chuck hagel who said he had an illegitimate child with an african-american child and produced a south asian young woman. >> exactly. >> that stuff about his wife cindy being a drug addict. >> yeah. >> was that -- that was w.'s people. karl rove and that crowd. >> exactly. >> which of them did it but somebody did on that side and he forgives those people. >> that's right. >> and says this guy -- this must be some kind of weird transportation of emotion. anyway, yesterday john mccain something truly remarkable as my friend here said, michael, ab
in africa and this shot from china. some are cowing them at best culturally insensitive. >> for me the african picture was probably the most offensive because it played on some of the most old and stereotypical images. it showed the african as primitive. almost uncivilized. >> reporter: on the website jezebel deputy editor dodi stuart is also critical writing "using people of color as background or extra is as a popular fashion trope but although it's prevalent it's very distateful. people are not props." one of the models, emily talked about her shoot. didonato says -- >> it's completely different. >> reporter: some people we spoke with didn't see a problem with the photos. >> as a traveler myself i think i love seeing these places and seeing other cultures so i think it shows that in this magazine. >> reporter: proving once again that controversy just like beauty is often in the eyes of the beholder. and "sports illustrated" gave abc news this statement saying "this year's edition went to all seven continents something no other publication has done to present the natural beauty o
countries like china, intel is opening its most advanced plant right here at home. and this year, apple will start making macs in america again. there are things we can do, right now, to accelerate this trend. last year, we created our first manufacturing innovation institute in youngstown, ohio. a once-shuttered warehouse is now a state-of-the art lab where new workers are mastering the 3d printing that has the potential to revolutionize the way we make almost everything. there's no reason this can't happen in other towns. so tonight, i'm announcing the launch of three more of these manufacturing hubs, where businesses will partner with the departments of defense and energy to turn regions left behind by globalization into global centers of high-tech jobs. and i ask this congress to help create a network of fifteen of these hubs and guarantee that the next revolution in manufacturing is made in america. we can get that done. [applause] if we want to make the best products, we also have to invest in the best ideas. every dollar we invested to map the human genome returned $140 to our ec
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